The wheels of justice may move slowly, but sometimes they actually get us to the right destination. Today is one of those times. Two men who participated in a parking garage attack on a black man at a white nationalist rally last year in Charlottesville, Va., received their prison sentences in court Thursday.
Last weekend was the one-year anniversary of the white nationalist Unite the Right terrorist attacks on Charlottesville, Va., and to celebrate, white nationalist leader Jason Kessler decided to do a remix and hold Unite the Right 2, in Washington, D.C.
We’ve said it before, but it’s worth repeating—black people can’t rid white America of its cancerous racism—that’s going to be an inside job, by them, for them. As we mark the one-year anniversary of the bloody disaster that was the so-called Unite the Right white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., it behooves…
“With the right white man, you can do anything,”John David Washington says as Ron Stallworth—the black Colorado Springs, Colo., police officer who went “undercover” in the Ku Klux Klan—in Spike Lee’s latest joint, BlacKkKlansman. This sentiment is also an entire mood. Oh, AmeriKKKa.
A fourth suspect has been arrested in the brutal attack of Deandre Harris, who was seriously injured while protesting the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., in August.
A little more than four months has passed since Charlottesville, Va., native Heather Heyer was killed after a car plowed through a group of people protesting a horrific, and ultimately deadly, white supremacist rally there.
The Charlottesville, Va., police chief who received widespread criticism over his department’s handling of this summer’s white nationalist rally that left a counterprotester dead announced Monday that he will be retiring, effective immediately.
James Fields, the man accused of plowing his car into a crowd of counterprotesters during a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., will face a new charge of first-degree murder.
Twenty-year-old DeAndre Harris of Charlottesville, Va., has had all felony charges dropped in connection with an alleged attack during August’s white supremacist rally where he was actually beaten by poles in a parking lot.
An independent investigation into the white supremacist protests in Charlottesville, Va., has confirmed what was immediately obvious to many: that the Charlottesville Police Department and Virginia State Police royally fucked up in their response to the deadly protests.
The man who planned the rally that resulted in the death of Heather Heyer and led the president of the United States to whitesplain away an incident of white supremacist terrorism is back at it again. Jason Kessler has submitted a special-event application request to Charlottesville, Va.’s Parks & Recreation…
Updated Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, 3:13 p.m. EST: Both Twitter Support and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey have responded to the controversy surrounding Jason Kessler’s account being verified by Twitter.
Editor’s note: Once a month, the National Interest column will tackle broader questions about what the country should do to increase educational opportunities for black youths.
Gobs of half-literate, thick-tongued troglodytes will convene in Shelbyville and Murfreesboro, Tenn., on Saturday to fight for the rights of the great, marginalized white race.
Corey Long, the black man captured in the most iconic photo from the white nationalist march on Charlottesville, Va., two months ago, has been arrested on charges of assault and battery and disorderly conduct.
Eleven people are stepping up and suing several white nationalists from the deadly Charlottesville, Va., rally, alleging that because of the white supremacists’ threats and violence, they suffered emotional and physical trauma.
Over the last two months, social media has done the job the Charlottesville, Va., Police Department and the FBI couldn’t. With the aid of Shaun King, they’ve single-handedly tracked down several members of the angry white mob of racists that attacked DeAndre Harris in a Charlottesville parking deck during the infamous…
Deandre Harris, a 20-year-old black man who was viciously attacked by white supremacists at the Charlottesville, Va., white supremacist rally almost two months ago, is now a wanted man after a local magistrate issued a warrant for his arrest in connection with the same Aug. 12 incident that left him bloody and…
Like a cockroach that just won’t die, Richard Spencer and his white nationalist tiki-torch-bearing friends once again descended on Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday, the bicentennial of the University of Virginia.
The man who organized Nazi-palooza and brought together one of the biggest crowds of racists outside of Donald Trump rallies and Boston sports events was charged with committing perjury on Tuesday.